Many of the nation’s top law school are offering courses in military law, and I believe that it fits well with the rich military history of Texas A&M.
Fort Worth, Texas (PRWEB) September 04, 2015
Keller, Texas resident and Fort Worth, Texas criminal defense attorney Brandon W. Barnett accepted a position with Texas A&M University School of Law to teach Military Justice as an adjunct professor. He will be teaching this new course during the Fall 2015 semester.
Brandon Barnett is an officer in the Marine Corps Reserve and a veteran of Operation Iraqi Freedom. While serving on active duty in the Marine Corps from 2006 to 2012 as a Judge Advocate he was stationed on board MCAS Miramar and the Pentagon in Washington DC. Major Barnett is currently serving in the Marine Corps Reserve as a Military Judge. Brandon Barnett brings a background in courts-martial litigation and military justice training to the law school.
Mr. Barnett is excited about what this course brings to the law school. “Military Justice and Military Law is starting to become a popular area of study in law schools across the country” stated Barnett. “Many of the nation’s top law school are offering courses in military law, and I believe that it fits well with the rich military history of Texas A&M.”
Brandon Barnett is a graduate of Texas Tech University School of Law and was licensed by the State Bar of Texas in 2006. He currently practices as a criminal defense attorney with Barnett Howard & Williams PLLC in downtown Fort Worth. His practice focuses on Texas and federal criminal defense cases. To learn more visit http://www.bhwlawfirm.com.
To learn more please contact:
Barnett Howard & Williams PLLC
500 Main Street, Suite 610
Fort Worth, Texas 76102
Office: (817) 993-9249
Fax: (877) 373-8179